What did you learn this week? We learned …
…we may be able to geoengineer our weather to help mitigate climate change, and there is an actual debate in climate science, but it’s not the one you think.
Are race-based elections legal?
… the Indian subcontinent was not entirely isolated before crashing into Eurasia, and California is preparing for the inevitable.
Those old Antarctic huts still have goodies in them!
… how poor countries actually help develop rich countries, and how China’s membership in the WTO didn’t quite work out the way we thought it would.
… researchers tied the world’s tiniest knot and created the world’s coldest object.
How might these molecular knots be used?
From Yiwu, China, to London, England, the train traveled halfway around the world, passing through Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, Belgium and France. Can you plot its journey on MapMaker Interactive?